Yudin Slaps Away at DiGaetano in Email to Fellow Bergen Republicans

Defeated by Paul DiGaetano for the Bergen County GOP chairmanship earlier this year, former Chairman Bob Yudin surfaced with a vengeance this week in a searing, post-election email blast to supporters.

In the blast,Yudin held DiGaetano responsible for fumbling away key Bergen elections, including the marquee race of the year: U.S. Rep. Scott Garrett (R-Wantage) versus Democratic challenger Josh Gottheimer.

“In the eight years I was chairman Congressman Garrett won every time,” wrote Yudin, who also slapped at his successor for losing municipal elections and getting swept out of county government.

The full missive can be found below:

Let's set the record straight.

Let’s set the record straight. Observer

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